Russia attacks Kharkiv region with guided aerial bombs
On the night of September 4, the Russian military targeted the Kharkiv region with guided bombs, resulting in injuries to a woman and damage to a house and a kindergarten
This is reported by Oleh Syniehubov, the head of the Kharkiv regional military administration.
“The village of Borova in the Izyum district was struck by the Russian occupiers with a precision-guided aerial bomb around midnight,” the message says.
This attack occurred at the village's center. As a result of this enemy strike, an 83-year-old woman sustained minor injuries that did not require hospitalization.
Additionally, the attack caused damage to a two-story residential building, a kindergarten, and the employment center building.
- On the afternoon of October 2, the Russian occupying forces launched two strikes on Kupyansk, also in the Kharkiv region, resulting in at least two known casualties.